San Francisco's Golden Gate Park doesn't look much like this anymore, but there is still a buffalo paddock and you can go look at them from 6am-8pm daily. The Bison were brought to Golden Gate Park in 1892, back when the animals were nearly extinct.
The message on the card appears to be written in Pig Latin!
Have you forgotten your high school Pig Latin? If so, Wikipedia is here to help:
The usual rules for changing standard English into Pig Latin are as follows:
- In words that begin with consonant sounds, the initial consonant or consonant cluster is moved to the end of the word, and "ay" is added, as in the following examples:
- beast → east-bay
- dough → ough-day
- happy → appy-hay
- question → estion-quay
- star → ar-stay
- three → ee-thray
- In words that begin with vowel sounds or silent consonants, the syllable "ay" is added to the end of the word.